Shift workers wanted for sleep research

SHIFT workers are being encouraged to contact a CQUniversity doctoral researcher seeking to make building standards more responsive to a good day's sleep.

Building surveying lecturer Darryl O'Brien is establishing a "proof of concept" study, using wireless data loggers to measure good sleep factors such as thermal comfort, noise quality, air quality and light levels.

Potential study participants can phone 4930 9628 or email d.obrien@cqu.edu.au.



Clinton land owner's plea to flood-proof after $80k spend

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Industrial land owner reaches to council, department for help.

'Disgraceful': Call for action on 90-day pay terms

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Calls for change to extended payment terms.

CQ farmer forced to travel 500km to hand feed his cattle

CQ farmer forced to travel 500km to hand feed his cattle

There's not a blade of grass on the ground

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